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BACK ISSUES BY SUBJECT

Advocation
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 3 (Winter, 1996-1997)
    • Postcard from The Scientific and Medical Network; Page 48
Astronomy Atoms
  • Reciprocity VII, Number 2 (June, 1977)
    • Atomic Numbers Revalued; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 1 (Winter, 1981-1982)
    • A Proposal for a Curcial Experiment; Page 3
      Proving Rutherford Wrong
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 3 (Winter, 1984-1985)
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 1 (Spring, 1986)
    • The Dissociation Energy of Diatomic Molecules; Page 11
    • Ionization Potentials of Heavy Elements; Page 16
  • Reciprocity XVI, Number 2 (Winter, 1987-1988)
    • The Larsonian Concept of the Atomic Number; Page 5
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
    • New Edition of The Case Against the Nuclear Atom Model Ready; Page 40
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 1 (Spring, 1991)
    • Derivation of Hydrogen Spectra Equations; Page 16
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 4 (Winter, 1991-1992)
    • The Old and New Periodic Tables - Again; Page 7
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)
    • The Periodic Table; Page 20
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 2 (Autumn, 1992)
    • Periodic Table, Revisited; Page 10
  • Reciprocity XXIV, Number 1 (Spring, 1995)
    • 'Quantum Mechanics' as the Mechanics of the Time Region; Page 1
Chemistry
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 3 (October, 1974)
    • New Research Program Concerning Cohesion of Solids; Page 1
    • Theory of Solids; Page 5
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 3 (Summer, 1978)
    • More on Solid Cohesion Theory; Page 3
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 4 (Autumn, 1978)
    • The Cohesive Energies of Crystals of the Elements; Page 18
  • Reciprocity X, Number 2 (Spring, 1980)
    • Equation of State of Solid Matter; Page 6
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 1 (Winter, 1981-1982)
    • Solid Cohesion; Page 4
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1982)
    • Progress on the Theoretical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy of the Elements; Page 27
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 1 (Autumn, 1983)
    • Inter-Atomic Distances; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 2 (Summer, 1984)
    • Distances in Compounds; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 2 (Summer, 1986)
    • Electric Ionization; Page 16
Constants
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 3 (Summer, 1983)
    • Theoretical Evaluation of Planck's Constant; Page 6
Corrigenda Cosmic Sector
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 1 (Spring, 1979)
    • Cosmic Radiation and Other Half of Physical Universe; Page 4
Editorial
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1978)
    • What Is To Be Done?; Page 4
Electricity
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1979)
    • The Interaction Velocity of the Electric Force; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 1 (Autumn, 1983)
    • Theory of Electrons and Currents; Page 1
Ethics General
  • Reciprocity I, Number 1 (August, 1971)
    • Gleanings from the Literature; Page 1
    • Just What Do We Claim; Page 3
    • Let Us Hear From You; Page 4
  • Reciprocity I, Number 2 (September, 1971)
    • Special Issue; Page 1
      Professor Meyer's Paper on Perihelion Precession delayed
    • Philosophers Ahoy!; Page 2
  • Reciprocity II, Number 1 (January, 1972)
    • The View from Abroad; Page 1
  • Reciprocity III, Number 2 (September, 1973)
    • On Frederick Ferre and Adolf Gruenbaum; Page 3
  • Reciprocity III, Number 3 (December, 1973)
    • Letter to the Editor; Page 3
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 3 (October, 1974)
    • Have You Seen; Page 8
  • Reciprocity V, Number 2 (May, 1975)
    • Letter to the Editor; Page 7
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 2 (July, 1976)
    • About the Non-existence of a Velocity Limit Equal to the Speed of Light; Page 8
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 3 (September, 1976)
    • Relative Motion and Length Measurement; Page 3
  • Reciprocity VII, Number 1 (January, 1977)
    • The Mechanism of the Universe; Page 6
    • Four Scientific Mysteries Unraveled; Page 20
  • Reciprocity VII, Number 3 (October, 1977)
    • Some Comments by H.F. Wuenscher at Second NSA Conference; Page 2
    • Twenty Years' Progress; Page 4
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 1 (Winter, 1977-1978)
    • Ball Lighting; Page 4
    • Reference Systems; Page 23
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1978)
    • A Model of Motion Equilibrium; Page 2
    • Birth of the New Physics; Page 6
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 4 (Autumn, 1978)
    • The Fundamentals of Science in the 21st Century; Page 7
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 1 (Spring, 1979)
    • Response to G. Windolph's Comment; Page 15
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1979)
    • Science Without Apologies; Page 10
  • Reciprocity X, Number 1 (Winter, 1979-1980)
    • Bioelectronics; Page 6
    • What Reciprocity Is For; Page 10
    • Speculations in Science and Technology; Page 11
  • Reciprocity X, Number 2 (Spring, 1980)
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 1 (Spring, 1981)
    • Some Comments on Satz's Paper; Page 8
    • Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System; Page 10
    • The Levels of Existence; Page 21
      Book Review
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 2 (Summer, 1981)
    • Questions to D. B. Larson; Page 5
    • Letter to H. Ballard; Page 6
    • A Note by R. W. Satz on Prof. K.V.K. Nehru's Comments; Page 7
    • Some Myths of Modern Physics; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 3 (Autumn, 1981)
    • Prospects for Modern Physics; Page 3
    • "To Search, to Correct, to Add"; Page 35
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 3 (Summer, 1983)
    • A Rejoinder to K.V.K. Nehru; Page 2
    • Dimensions in the Universe of Motion; Page 9
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 2 (Summer, 1984)
  • Reciprocity XIV, Number 1 (Autumn, 1985)
    • This Issue and Things to Come; Page 2
  • Reciprocity XIV, Number 2 (Winter, 1985-1986)
    • The Inter-regional Ratio; Page 5
    • The Nature of Scalar Rotation; Page 10
    • A New Taxonomy for Scientific Knowledge; Page 21
    • A New Mathematics for Scalar Motion?; Page 30
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 1 (Spring, 1986)
    • The Dimensions of Motion; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 2 (Summer, 1986)
  • Reciprocity XVI, Number 2 (Winter, 1987-1988)
    • Letter to the Editor; Page 2
    • Letter to the Editor; Page 4
    • Space-Time and Motion; Page 22
      Their Connection/Equivalence
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 1 (Spring, 1988)
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1988)
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 1 (Winter, 1988-1989)
    • Letter of Dewey B. Larson to Frank Meyer, December 28, 1988; Page 4
    • The Current Status of Physical Theory; Page 6
    • Letter of Frank Meyer to Maurice Gilroy about the Michelson-Morley Experiment; Page 14
      Symmetry between Space & Time, etc., March 11, 1989
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
    • Case for Giving the Reciprocal System a Public Hearing; Page 1
    • Letter of Chris Halvorson, March 24, 1989; Page 37
      With Questions About R.S.
    • Some Comments of Dewey Larson, May 2, 1989, on Chris Halvorson's Letter; Page 39
    • Suggestions for Building More Models of R.S. Entities; Page 41
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 2 (Summer, 1990)
    • Home Grown Unified Theory Yet to Rock World of Science; Page 1
    • Letter of Deston S. Nokes, June 19,1990; Page 3
    • Letter of May 29th, 1990 to Dorothy Larson; Page 4
    • Che Sara Sara; Page 13
      (Was Kann Sein, Soll Sein, Que Sera Sera)
    • Reader's Forum; Page 20
      Questioning the Law of Conservation of Direction
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • Comments on Halprin's Article on the United States; Page 9
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 4 (Winter, 1990-1991)
    • Editorial and Letter to the Editor; Page 1
    • Larson's Physics and Origins of Matter and Mind; Page 12
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 1 (Spring, 1991)
    • Response to Nehru's Comments; Page 6
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 2 (Summer, 1991)
    • Reference Systems and Speed Limits in the Reciprocal System; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1991)
    • Laws to Perception Based on Notions of Motions; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 4 (Winter, 1991-1992)
    • A Constructive Approach to Multi-Model Logical Data Base Design; Page 14
    • More Details for the Proposed Crucial Experiment; Page 22
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)
    • The Case Against Symmetry; Page 10
  • Reciprocity XXII, Number 1 (Spring, 1993)
    • How the Physical World is Quantized; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1993)
    • Detailed Steps for the Design and Performance of The Proposed Crucial Experiment; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXIII, Number 1 (Spring, 1994)
    • Corrections in Reciprocity, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Autumn, 1993 for K.V.K.'s Wave Mechanics in Light of the Reciprocal System; Page 9
    • A Modified Explanation of the Reciprocal System of Theory; Page 10
    • Reciprocal System in Brief; Page 20
  • Reciprocity XXIV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1995)
    • Laws of Mechanics in a 3-Dimensional Universe; Page 17
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 1 (Spring, 1996)
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1996)
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 3 (Winter, 1996-1997)
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 2 (Summer, 1997)
Gravity
  • Reciprocity III, Number 3 (December, 1973)
    • Gravitational Motion an Interaction?; Page 1
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 2 (July, 1974)
    • The Gravitational Formula at High Velocities; Page 2
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 1 (March, 1976)
    • Problem of Swift 'Action at a Distance'; Page 1
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 2 (July, 1976)
    • Finite Gravitational Limits; Page 1
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1978)
    • The Effect of Gravitation on Radiation; Page 4
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 4 (Autumn, 1978)
    • Discussion of Larson's Gravitational Equation; Page 23
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 1 (Spring, 1979)
    • Comment about Larson's Gravitational Equation; Page 3
  • Reciprocity X, Number 1 (Winter, 1979-1980)
    • Matter and Gravitation; Page 12
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 1 (Spring, 1981)
    • Gravitational Deflection of Light; Page 28
    • Gravitational Redshift; Page 32
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 1 (Spring, 1986)
    • New Light on the Gravitational Deflection of Radiation Path; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 3 (Winter, 1996-1997)
    • Computing the Gravitational Constant; Page 10
Information
  • Reciprocity V, Number 1 (March, 1975)
    • Development of the Reciprocal Theory Continues; Page 1
Isus
  • Reciprocity I, Number 2 (September, 1971)
    • NSA Membership Information; Page 1
  • Reciprocity II, Number 1 (January, 1972)
    • Larson's November Lecture Tour; Page 1
  • Reciprocity II, Number 2 (December, 1972)
    • The Changing of the Guard; Page 3
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 2 (July, 1974)
    • How It Is with Reciprocity; Page 6
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 3 (October, 1974)
    • Incorporation of NSA; Page 8
  • Reciprocity V, Number 1 (March, 1975)
    • Campaign to Incorporate New Science Advocates; Page 2
  • Reciprocity V, Number 2 (May, 1975)
    • Letter to the Editor; Page 2
  • Reciprocity V, Number 3 (October, 1975)
    • Some Anniversary Thoughts; Page 6
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 1 (March, 1976)
    • NSA, Incorporated; Page 4
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 2 (July, 1976)
    • First Annual NSA Conference, August 20-21, 1976; Page 7
      Owre Hall Auditorium III, University of Minnesota, MN
  • Reciprocity VII, Number 3 (October, 1977)
    • Some Decisions of the Second Annual NSA Conference; Page 3
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 1 (Winter, 1977-1978)
    • Invitation to Join NSA Correspondence Club; Page 1
    • Book Notices; Page 16
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1978)
    • Building the Reciprocal Correspondence Club; Page 1
    • Dewey Larson comes to Utah; Page 3
    • Third Annual Conference of the New Science Advocates; Page 3
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 3 (Summer, 1978)
    • Publish D.B. Larson's Masterpiece; Page 1
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 4 (Autumn, 1978)
    • Memo on Presale of New Book; Page 6
    • Comments on Some Issues Raised at the 1978 Conference; Page 25
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 1 (Spring, 1979)
    • Announcement of Invited Larson Lecture; Page 1
    • Announcement of Fourth Annual NSA Conference; Page 1
    • Preparations for Fourth Annual NSA Conference; Page 1
    • 1979, Einstein Centennial and Updating of Larson's Work; Page 2
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 2 (Summer, 1979)
    • News of Coming Larson Lecture at Superior; Page 1
    • Fourth Annual NSA Conference Program Notes; Page 2
    • Delay in Publication of Nothing But Motion; Page 15
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1979)
    • Developments of our NSA Movement; Page 1
    • Promotion of Arnold Studtmann's Ph.D. Dissertation; Page 2
  • Reciprocity X, Number 1 (Winter, 1979-1980)
    • NSA, Inc. at Huntsville in August; Page 1
    • Availability of Dr. Studtmann's Dissertation; Page 9
    • Minutes of NSA Annual Convention Business Meeting; Page 22
  • Reciprocity X, Number 2 (Spring, 1980)
    • Prospects for New Science Advocacy; Page 1
    • Fifth Annual NSA Conference Preparations; Page 4
  • Reciprocity X, Number 3 (Autumn, 1980)
    • New Science Advocates Fifth Annual Convention Minutes; Page 18
    • Invitation to Join NSA, Study Reciprocal System; Page 19
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 1 (Spring, 1981)
    • Announcement of Sixth Annual NSA Convention; Page 3
    • Letter of Hans to Director of Marshall Space Flight Center; Page 3
    • Epitaph for Deceased NSA Leader, Hans Wuenscher; Page 7
    • Presidents Column; Page 33
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 2 (Summer, 1981)
    • Sixth Annual NSA Convention Program; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 3 (Autumn, 1981)
    • Minutes of the Sixth Annual Conference of the New Science Advocates; Page 32
  • Reciprocity XIV, Number 1 (Autumn, 1985)
    • ISUS Call to Struggle; Page 1
    • Minutes of the Business Meeting of the 10th Annual Convention of the International Society of Unified Science; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 1 (Spring, 1986)
    • Existents and Interactions; Page 18
      An Intense Course on the Reciprocal System
    • The XIth Annual Convention of the International Society of Unified Science; Page 19
  • Reciprocity XV, Number 2 (Summer, 1986)
    • Announcement; Page 28
      Basic Properties of Matter almost done
  • Reciprocity XVI, Number 1 (Summer, 1987)
    • Announcement of Next Summer's ISUS Conference; Page 1
    • New Book Announcement; Page 2
      Basic Properties of Matter
    • President's Message; Page 2
    • Call for Support of ISUS and Reciprocity; Page 5
    • Draft Letter to Friends of Science; Page 6
    • Response Letter to D.B. Larson; Page 15
    • Minutes of Twelfth Annual ISUS Conference; Page 16
  • Reciprocity XVI, Number 2 (Winter, 1987-1988)
    • Announcement of This Summer's ISUS Conference; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 1 (Spring, 1988)
    • The International Society of Unified Science; Page 1
      13th Annual Convention AGENDA
    • Announcement RE Accomodation for the ISUS Conference 1988; Page 2
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1988)
    • Commemoration of Dewey B. Larson's 90th Birthday; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
    • Accomodations for ISUS Portland 1989 Conference; Page 14
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)
    • 1990 ISUS Annual Summer Conference; Page 21
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1991)
    • Electronic Networking and ISUS; Page 28
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)
    • 1992 ISUS Conference Information; Page 21
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 2 (Autumn, 1992)
    • Executive Orders from ISUS President; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1996)
    • Research Programme for ISUS; Page 28
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 2 (Summer, 1997)
Isus Conference Isus News Letters Magnetism
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)
    • Is Ferromagnetism a Co-Magnetic Phenomenon?; Page 6
Mathematics
  • Reciprocity II, Number 1 (January, 1972)
    • Mathematics Can Be Simple; Page 2
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 1 (April, 1974)
    • The Lorentz Transformation; Page 6
  • Reciprocity X, Number 3 (Autumn, 1980)
    • Further Mathematics of the Reciprocal System; Page 4
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 4 (Winter, 1990-1991)
    • The Algebraic Structure of the Reciprocal System; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 1 (Spring, 1991)
    • Comments on the Manuscript of E. Navarro's Reciprocal Algebra; Page 6
    • Derivation of Reciprocal System Mathematics; Page 13
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 2 (Summer, 1991)
    • The Essence and Fabric of Mathematics; Page 11
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 2 (Autumn, 1992)
    • More Calculations with the R.S. Scattering Equation; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XXIII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1994)
    • The Liquid State in the Reciprocal System: The Volume/Pressure Relation; Page 1
      A Contemporary Mathematical Treatment, Part 1
  • Reciprocity XXIV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1995)
    • The Liquid State in the Reciprocal System: The Volume/Pressure Relation; Page 7
      A Contemporary Mathematical Treatment, Part 2
Metaphysics Motion Personal Rapid Trans Photons
  • Reciprocity V, Number 3 (October, 1975)
    • The Two-Photon Problem; Page 7
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 3 (September, 1976)
    • The Case of the Colliding Photons; Page 9
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 1 (Winter, 1981-1982)
    • Photoionization and Photomagnetization; Page 19
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
    • What is a Photon?; Page 15
    • Simple Vibratory Motion in the Reciprocal System; Page 24
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)
    • The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 2 (Summer, 1990)
    • The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension; Page 5
      The Revision
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • Discussion of Kirk's Explanation of the Photon; Page 7
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 4 (Winter, 1990-1991)
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 1 (Spring, 1991)
    • On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1991)
    • Dissecting the Birotational Photon; Page 14
    • Light Questions; Page 20
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)
    • Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas; Page 6
  • Reciprocity XXII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1993)
  • Reciprocity XXIII, Number 1 (Spring, 1994)
    • How Light Speed is Constant; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1996)
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 3 (Winter, 1996-1997)
    • The Photon as Birotation; Page 11
Physical Constants
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1988)
    • Permittivity, Permeability and the Speed of Light in the Reciprocal System; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 3 (Autumn, 1989)
    • A New Derivation of Planck's Constant; Page 1
    • Readers' Forum; Page 8
      The Rydberg Constant and Zeno's Paradox
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)
    • Discussion of Satz' Derivation of Planck's Constant; Page 19
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • Rebuttal to Comments of Nehru on 'A New Derivation of Planck's Constant'; Page 13
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 4 (Winter, 1990-1991)
    • More on Planck's Constant; Page 7
      Corrigenda to Superconductivity (Vol XIX, No 3, Autumn 1990)
Physics
  • Reciprocity II, Number 2 (December, 1972)
    • Those Wayward Particles; Page 3
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 2 (July, 1974)
    • Eddington on deSitter vs Einstein Physics; Page 7
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 3 (October, 1974)
    • Physics-On the Move?; Page 2
  • Reciprocity V, Number 2 (May, 1975)
    • New Particles Puzzle Scientists; Page 1
    • Cosmic Rays and Elementary Particles; Page 3
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 2 (July, 1976)
    • The Myth of the Quark; Page 10
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 2 (Summer, 1979)
    • Directions in Physics; Page 3
    • Time Region Particle Dynamics; Page 12
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1979)
    • Increase in Mass versus Increase in Force; Page 21
  • Reciprocity X, Number 1 (Winter, 1979-1980)
    • Mass More Constant Than Force; Page 3
    • Unified Physics; Page 8
  • Reciprocity X, Number 2 (Spring, 1980)
    • Identification of Cosmic Particles 3695 MeV/c^2 and 3105 MeV/c^2; Page
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 1 (Spring, 1981)
    • Lifetimes of C-Atom Decays; Page 34
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 3 (Autumn, 1981)
    • The Interaction of Alpha Particles and Gold Atoms; Page 18
      A New Explanation of Rutherford Scattering
    • The Lifetime of the Muon (C-Argon); Page 29
  • Reciprocity XII, Number 1 (Winter, 1981-1982)
    • Are Cosmic Rays Primary?; Page 35
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 1 (Autumn, 1983)
    • The Lifetime of the Neutron; Page 4
  • Reciprocity XIII, Number 2 (Summer, 1984)
    • Note on the Force of the Space-Time Progression; Page 20
  • Reciprocity XVII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1988)
    • A Note on the Cosmic Proton; Page 6
    • Response to 'A Note on the Cosmic Proton'; Page 7
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 1 (Winter, 1988-1989)
    • The Unit of Magnetic Charge; Page 32
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 3 (Autumn, 1989)
    • The Law of Conservation of Direction; Page 3
  • Reciprocity XXIV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1995)
    • Sub-atomic Mass Recalculated; Page 13
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 1 (Spring, 1996)
    • Sub-atomic Mass Recalculated Update; Page 8
  • Reciprocity XXV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1996)
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 2 (Summer, 1997)
Psychology Publication Policy
  • Reciprocity I, Number 1 (August, 1971)
    • Policies and Objectives; Page 1
    • Publication Assistance; Page 1
Reciprocity
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)
    • Index to the Back Issues of Reciprocity; Page 43
Reviews
  • Reciprocity II, Number 1 (January, 1972)
    • Review of 'The Case Against the Nuclear Atom'; Page 4
      From DISCOVERY (London), July, 1963
    • A Gap in the Armour of Science; Page 4
      Are we losing time in recognizing discoveries?
    • Review by Prof. F. Schmeidler of the University of Munich; Page 5
      Published in Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, Sep. 1966, English version translated by Prof. Stuart Smith
  • Reciprocity VIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1978)
    • Theory and Design of the New Rational Combustion Engine; Page 5
  • Reciprocity IX, Number 2 (Summer, 1979)
    • What Reviewers Say About Earlier Larson Books; Page 11
  • Reciprocity XXVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)
Scalar Motion
  • Reciprocity XI, Number 3 (Autumn, 1981)
    • Scalar Motion; Page 5
  • Reciprocity XIV, Number 1 (Autumn, 1985)
    • Motion and the Schism in Physics; Page 6
    • Motion, Not a Property of Matter; Page 14
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
    • The Metaphysics of Motion; Page 31
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • A Note on Scalar Motion; Page 12
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1991)
    • Motion Fundamentals; Page 10
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 4 (Winter, 1991-1992)
    • An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Scalar Motion; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)
    • Motion Prior to Rest; Page 1
  • Reciprocity XXIII, Number 3 (Winter, 1994-1995)
    • Are Motion and Space-Time Quantized?; Page 1
Social Science Space-time
  • Reciprocity I, Number 2 (September, 1971)
    • The Question Box; Page 3
      If space-time is fundamental, how can you tell it's moving?
  • Reciprocity III, Number 1 (April, 1973)
    • Space, Time and Motion; Page 1
  • Reciprocity III, Number 2 (September, 1973)
    • Space-Time Discrete or a Continuum?; Page 1
  • Reciprocity IV, Number 2 (July, 1974)
    • On Space Translation; Page 1
  • Reciprocity V, Number 3 (October, 1975)
    • Symmetry Between Three-Dimensional Time and Space; Page 1
  • Reciprocity VI, Number 1 (March, 1976)
    • Benjamin Franklin's Concept of Time; Page 5
  • Reciprocity VII, Number 3 (October, 1977)
    • Motion: The Substance of Space-Time and Matter; Page 20
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 2 (Spring, 1989)
  • Reciprocity XVIII, Number 3 (Autumn, 1989)
    • The "Arrow of Time"; Page 2
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 2 (Summer, 1990)
    • Time Exploration; Page 18
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • Correcting Discrete Time/Space Measurement Procedures; Page 11
  • Reciprocity XX, Number 4 (Winter, 1991-1992)
    • A Note on the Nature of Undisplaced Space-Time; Page 24
  • Reciprocity XXI, Number 2 (Autumn, 1992)
    • How Space and Time are Inseparable; Page 5
  • Reciprocity XXII, Number 1 (Spring, 1993)
    • Clock Space, Coordinate Space, Clock Time, Coordinate Time; Page 5
      What is the Difference?
  • Reciprocity XXII, Number 2 (Autumn, 1993)
    • Minkowski vs. Einstein on Space Translation; Page 14
  • Reciprocity XXIV, Number 2 (Autumn, 1995)
Superconductors
  • Reciprocity XVI, Number 1 (Summer, 1987)
    • Revaluation of Modern Superconductivity Theory; Page 1
      An Editorial
    • Towards a Larsonian Model of Superconductivity; Page 13
    • Superconductivity Letter to 1987 Conference; Page 14
  • Reciprocity XIX, Number 3 (Autumn, 1990)
    • Superconductivity; Page 1
      A Time Region Phenomenon
Time
  • Reciprocity II, Number 2 (December, 1972)
    • The Test of Time; Page 5

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